HOW TO CLEAN WINE STAINS FROM HANDMADE CARPET?
When you are planning an amazing decor in your home interior, you surely think of adding a beautiful rug to your space. However, we all love to see the designer rugs laid out in our seating space but due to the hazards posed by dust and stains, it is a daunting task to maintain them. Therefore, we often tend to tuck these handmade carpets and rugs inside the closed and take it out for any occasion.
If your carpets are placed in high foot traffic area, there are more chances of having stains and spills on it. From pet and kid running around with muddy shoes to accidentally spilling a glass of wine, you need to be prepared for all the stains and soil. In case, such situation arises, you must avoid the common mistake of rubbing the stain off the carpet which can be harder to take out afterwards. Here in this article, we will discuss few effective tips to clean the wine stains.
There are some ways that are really effective in cleaning wine stain from handmade carpets which are easily available in home as well as do not ruin your precious decorative piece. Let’s see how to use it effectively:
Vinegar and baking soda: The very first step to take after the spill is to dab the area instead of rubbing. Soak up the excess of wine with a clean tissue. Secondly, you have to prepare a cleaning solution using two cups of lukewarm water adding one tablespoon of dish wash soap or club soda along with a spoon of white vinegar to it. Now, use a clean white cloth and pour some amount of cleaning solution on stains and keep blotting the area on “Handmade Carpet“ till the stain clears away.
Hydrogen peroxide: It should be something that is recommended to use carefully as it always have a chance of color fading in carpets. Hence, it would be best to test this solution before applying it to the carpet.
As mentioned in the previous tip, it is always necessary to bloat off the stain with a clean dry cloth. Now, make a solution by mixing one part of the dishwasher and two parts of hydrogen peroxide. If you don’t notice any sign of color fading then continue blotting the stain using the solution. Try to avoid using this hydrogen peroxide solution on more delicate carpets such as “Silk Carpets“ as the material is highly sensitive.
No doubt, there are many cleaning solutions available in the market which you can purchase or you can simple hire professional cleaners to wipe off the stains away. The methods that we have mentioned above are safely tested and are effective as well as needs simple efforts. These solutions are applicable to any kind of carpets, be it a traditional carpet or “Modern Carpet“.
These methods are the best solutions to take out any stain as quickly as possible. Therefore, don’t tuck your carpets inside the closet, take them out and lay it with pride.
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